Since being elected to City Council in 2013, Bill Zoslocki has seen to it that Modesto has hired 125 new Police Officers, an officer increase of more than 30%. Bill knows the commitment to Public Safety is vital in keeping an improving quality of life in neighborhoods. This commitment to our neighborhoods, Sheriffs Department, and Fire Department are what he brings as your Supervisor.
As a member of numerous transportation boards Bill has been effective in fixing local and regional transportation issues. Bill was part of the small leadership team that prepared the outline which became the voter approved Measure L and is now fixing our roads. Some of the Bill's accomplishments and goals include:
SR 132: Planned in 1956 and languished until November 2016 when Bill played a fundamental role assisting with State and Federal funding of the project totaling $83,000,000. Now phase 1 has begun with the groundbreaking 63 years later on October 18, 2019.
NCC: North County Corridor (revised from Oakdale Bypass) was started in 2006. As your supervisor, this will be a priority project. Bill will work to see funding is available and this project completed.
Briggmore /Standiford Interchanges: Bill pushed to get both interchanges started. Now the beginning (scoping) phase is planned for December 2019.
Bill worked with the State Legislature to help pass legislation for the ACE Train Expansion, providing $400,000,000 for commuter trains, establish an independent "MOVE" (dial-a-ride) for seniors, veterans and persons with disabilities in Stanislaus County, also, worked to keep more buses running in Stanislaus County.
Bill testified against the State Water Resources Control Board's "Water Grab" which if successful would change for the worse our quality of life. We must as a community remain united on this point. Our municipal water rates will climb our urban forest will suffer and our many of our farms could go fallow in drought years and suffer permanent damage. This issue must remain foremost in efforts to preserve our great Valley. As Supervisor I will be unyielding and protect our historical water rights.
whether it's voting against a 77% increase to your water bill, or voting to stop the charging of "convenience fees" that are added on every time you pay a City Bill with your Credit Card, Bill Zoslocki is always looking out for your bottom line, protecting your wallet and your hard earned money.